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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffTyler Date: Oct 1, 2007 1:56pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: False MD5 Failures - New FLAC version cause?

The other batch of e-mails occurred because I re-ran all the failed md5 lines currently on the LMA (including yours) this 're-sends' the e-mails out to people who have bad shows to hopefully kick them in the pants to fix the missing track / missing .txt file / etc.

This does not apply to you. I've ping'd the engineers, but as of now, no reply. They must be busy with other stuff, but as soon as they get to it, i'll let you know. unfortunately it is out of mine and the other 'normal' admins's hands.

If you are really antsy, I would say though that the probable speedier solution is to just encode the show using the old flac version 24-bit and 'checkout' the show, delete the files online and then upload the new files and then checkin the show.

I would say to please just hang tight, since having the shows up provides a valuable insight to the engineers to the specific failure problems that the new flac version has with our system. Hopefully they get to it this week. hold tight. :)

tyler

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Poster: mkdevo Date: Oct 1, 2007 4:04pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: False MD5 Failures - New FLAC version cause?

no problem waiting, as the last thing i want to do is reupload everything.

thanks for the update.

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Poster: cookedw Date: Jan 26, 2008 10:43am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: False MD5 Failures - New FLAC version cause?

I searched the forums and didn't see any updates on this.

Does anyone know what the status of this is? I recently updated to 1.2.1 (forgetting about this problem), but before I start uploading any 24-bit stuff, I wanted to check if this has been fixed.

Thanks.

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Poster: svenx Date: Feb 3, 2008 2:32am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: False MD5 Failures - New FLAC version cause?

I got the same problem report some weeks ago, and now again today. It hasn't been fixed, apparently. When receiving the first automated report, I replied to them that they should update the flac version, but got no response.

svenx

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Poster: cookedw Date: May 11, 2008 9:47pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: False MD5 Failures - New FLAC version cause?

It's been a few months since we last brought up this issue, but I thought I'd do it again since I just uploaded some 24-bit FLACs and had the MD5 failure error.

I'm ignoring it, and it seems that the files (at least for now) remain live. I guess I'll see what happens.